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Comments from Isho'dad of Merv
Sami Rabia Wrote:I think that it is a significant quote, as he seems to mention it without any reserve or apology that this phrase came from a change in the translation from the original 'Hebrew'. seems that he might have some reservation (it's hard to say) in that he says in that he says "Others say".

Quote:There are other places where he talks about an underlying greek text,


Is Ishodad writing around the 10th or 11th Century?
If so, how might he know?
Hw would be closer to the action than us, but still along way from it.

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Comments from Isho'dad of Merv - by Sami Rabia - 05-07-2010, 09:11 PM
Re: Comments from Isho'dad of Merv - by judge - 05-07-2010, 10:30 PM

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